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Atmosphere Control - Pressurizing & Heating

Inert gases such as nitrogen and argon can help prevent combustion in glass pressurizing and heating applications such as autoclaves and HIPs (hot isostatic presses).

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Argon

Mostly inert gases are used to control the atmosphere inside autoclaves and hot isostatic presses (HIPs) to prevent combustion of organic materials used to laminate glass products and/or other materials, such as cardboards used for product spacers.

Mostly inert gases are used to control the atmosphere inside autoclaves and hot isostatic presses (HIPs) to prevent combustion of organic materials used to laminate glass products and/or other materials, such as cardboards used for product spacers.

Nitrogen

Mostly inert gases are used to control the atmosphere inside autoclaves and hot isostatic presses (HIPs) to prevent combustion of organic materials used to laminate glass products and/or other materials, such as cardboards used for product spacers.

Mostly inert gases are used to control the atmosphere inside autoclaves and hot isostatic presses (HIPs) to prevent combustion of organic materials used to laminate glass products and/or other materials, such as cardboards used for product spacers.

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